President Trump more transparent on intentions for judicial appointments

One of the most important roles of the President of the United States is to appoint judges to the US Supreme Court. President Donald Trump has not only remained loyal to the constitution, but has also twice submitted a list of judges from whom he would choose his candidates. While Trump is clearly not a perfect person, he was perfect on this issue: he was transparent and kept his word. However, Biden will not provide the American voter with a list of his potential candidates.

The transparency of a candidate on this very important issue is vital to our country.

Ronald H. Dieck, Palm Beach Gardens

Lawyers should be more concerned with preparation

With complaints about how Judge Jaimie Goodman of the Palm Beach County Circuit dealt with attorneys who appeared before him, no one complained about his decisions or the level of fairness he demonstrated. Their complaints focus on how unsatisfied they were with the way they are being treated … not their customers.

After reading the Palm Beach Post article on the Group 30 race, I can advise complaining attorneys to be better prepared, to represent their clients to the best of their ability, and to grow up.

Bruce Brodsky, Boynton Beach

Post deserves kudos for the redesign

Congratulations and thank you very much for your redesign and your “new look” for the obituary in our favorite newspaper. The wait was worth it, but it was worth the wait. I suspect it was probably one of the most read parts of our Palm Beach post.

Marvin Littky, Palm Beach Gardens

Trump is dangerously reckless with the COVID diagnosis

President Trump’s destructive feats, in which he ignores all medical and scientific advice to combat the spread of the coronavirus, are illegal. And the fact that we, the humans, let this happen every day is criminal. Is there no legal way to put Trump under protection?

The hourly and rapidly growing number of infected American citizens is terrible.

We need reliable leadership in government today. We wait, we die.

Harriet Pashman, Jupiter

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